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React is killing Angular
A website may have a billion users but it is still just one website. Far more significant is the number of programmers who program in a particular framework I'd suggest.
Had George Bush not involved the U.S. in Middle Eastern affairs, the September 11 attacks or a similar event may not have happened.
The US involvement in the Middle East goes back way beyond either Bush presidency but there is no doubt that the constant interference of foreign powers in the region is a major contributing factor to the problems there.
Frameworks are self indulgent, over complicated, buggy, poorly performant, and ultimately unnecessary for most website development needs.
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Having a one world order would actually be beneficial.
Because everyone would live under the same laws it wouldn't be possible for one country to exploit another.
Bug-free software is possible
A bug free program is possible unless your program has an infinite number of bugs. I don't think even IE6 has an infinite number of bugs.
These 'complicated things' (dependency injection, two way binding for example) are things that most sites could do without. Frameworks create a problem then offer to solve it!